(Washington) Marian Williamson, bestselling author of spirituality and well-being, announced Saturday that she will run for the White House in 2024, four years after failing to storm the Democratic primary.
This 70-year-old woman, who is sometimes called “Oprah Winfrey’s mentor,” is the first to officially join the Democratic camp frozen in anticipation of President Joe Biden’s decision.
At 80, the White House tenant claims he has “intentions” to run for a second term, but has yet to formalize his entry on the campaign trail.
In a very left-wing speech delivered to her supporters gathered in Washington, Marianne Williamson didn’t quote Joe Biden, but denounced the political system “resistant to change” and “corrupt” by big business.
One person cannot solve all problems. […] Not even a chief. “But a president who says it like it is would be of great help,” she said, calling for people to join her campaign.
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after writing Back to lovea bestseller released in 1992, Marianne Williamson was often invited on the Oprah Winfrey set to give advice on personal development.
Four years ago, this strange woman with a rocky voice had already challenged Joe Biden, as well as two dozen other candidates for the Democratic nomination.
During the first debates, she was noted by lyrical flights about the power of “love”, denouncing the “dark psychological power” of Donald Trump. But she failed to find success in the polls, pinpointing 0.3% of voting intentions, and quickly threw in the towel.
“Evil thinker. Music scholar. Hipster-friendly communicator. Bacon geek. Amateur internet enthusiast. Introvert.”